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The concept of “summer vacation”
doesn’t exist in the real world. As a senior graduating in two short weeks, the
reality of this statement is finally starting to hit me. Unless I become a
professor, this is the last summer vacation I will ever have. Not to be dramatic, but after 16 years of carefree,
three month-long summers, the prospect of having to work in an office for 40
hours a week when it’s 70 degrees outside seems pretty bleak. Never again will
my summer days consist of morning beach time, an afternoon water fight (plus Popsicle
break), then a leisurely evening of reading in the warm air.
But this post isn’t to bemoan the
realities of the summer vacation-free working world; it’s to encourage you
undergrads to savor your remaining summers! I’ve worked full-time every summer
since I was 16 years old, so I’ve had to figure out how to enjoy my summer
anyways. For those of you with summer internships or jobs, here’s how:
I hope this helps you take full
advantage of your summer vacation this year! Enjoy your friends, get out in the
sunshine, and relax before the new school year begins.
Margaux Helm | New Student Mentor
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